Primary care chain One Medical became one of the few health startups to go public late last week, and has seen early success. The company is raising capital as it looks to expand its current markets and to add more locations, the chief financial officer told Healthcare Dive. He responded to critics who have raised questions about whether One Medical is truly breaking the mold — saying the focus on what patients want, including quick access and easy virtual care, can be a force for disruption in the primary care space. That sector, however, is becoming more crowded with the likes of competitors Iora Health, Forward, Medcor and others. Healthcare Dive talked to One Medical CFO Bjorn Thaler recently about the company’s plans for 2020 and beyond.
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